Friday, July 28

A Ghost Story - Review

Published: July 28, 2017



R: July 28th, 2017 | R: 93 minutes | R: R

If you've watched the trailer for A Ghost Story, then you'll know that it stars Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara. Now without bring up the past year of Casey's life, because I am judging the movie, not Casey, you'll think to yourself that this movie will probably be good, even though Denzel should have won... wait, different argument.

I'm thinking there will be two types of people who watch this movie will think. The first group is the people that will say this is Oscar worthy, and this film is an award sweeping movie. Then there's the other group. Don't worry, I'm in this group too. We just think this movie was made to seem artsy and is one of those movies that will play at the art houses so we, the second group, won't even be forced to see the type of people that will watch this film. It's a good thing, keep your distance from me, I'll just ruin this movie for the first group any ways, just by questioning it, or snoring too loud for you to enjoy the sheet that Casey is wearing.

If you are hard of hearing, you might want to watch this movie. I think in the whole hour and a half film, there is maybe ten minutes of talking. Then the rest turns into a silent film with music that is way too loud for your own mother to sit through and not complain it's too loud.

If you are a fan of paint drying, then maybe you should watch this film. It seems like it is one of those types.

Rating: 3 out of 5


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